Lexus LFA Getting Huge Airtime - Harsh Driving or Fake?

Jumping Lexus LFA 2 photos
Photo: Lexus Owner's Club via Facebook
Jumping Lexus LFA
Owning a Lexus LFA is pretty much a privilege. Leaving aside its price tag, there were only 500 units made, making this supercar one of the rarest ones out there.
While some car collectors would have bought it just for storing it inside a personal garage to preserve it and increase its value over time, others will do everything to drive them regularly and race them at the track.

Which takes us to the adjacent picture that made us raise our eyebrows for a couple of moments, looking like it took off from the track at the peak of a hill and judging by how much air it gained, looks like it won’t buff out after landing.

Then, at a second thought we concluded it has to be fake. Nobody would drive that car like a bat out of hell. And even if he could, we’re not in the ‘50s and supercars develop much more downforce in order to stay glued to the asphalt.

And if that won’t make you think, then look how grainy the picture is. Nice try Photoshop!
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